Amy Roloff and Matt Roloff work together and live approximately 100 yards away from each other.
They see each other almost everyday and are constantly asked about one another.
And yet... Amy and Matt are not merely divorced, but they are in very serious relationships with other people and yet still manage to remain amicable and supportive of each other.
This prompts an obvious question, right?
How do they make this arrangement successful?
“We want to remain respectful,” Amy told Access in a recent interview, explaining how they may no longer be husband and wife... but they will always be the parents of four children.
“For the sake of our kids. … We did have a long life together … it didn’t work out, we’ve moved on, but for the sake of the kids, you know," she added.
Most of Little People, Big World this season has been centered on a feud between Amy and Matt.
The latter seemingly wants to sell the family farm, while the former is far more hesitant.
Matt went as far as to say Amy was holding his life hostage on a recent episode, but this obstacle doesn't appear to have affected the former couple's long-term relationship.
“We can drive each other crazy, but then we respect each other as well,” Matt told Us Weekly a few days ago, echoing his ex-wife's sentiment.
He even said the pair often hang out together... with their respective girlfriend (Caryn Chandler) and boyfriend (Chris Marek).
“We ran an event just the other day - I was there with Caryn and [she was] there with Chris, and Amy and I and Chris and Caryn all had conversation. There was no tension in the room; it was all very easy.”
But also unusual.
Amy explained to this same tabloid that the quartet are likely not “going to be best friends,” yet they “can be in the same room” together.
Matt, for his part, said he would love to double date with Amy and her boyfriend, but “it hasn’t gotten anywhere” yet.
He has, however, put trolls in their place any time they criticize Amy online. He still has her back.
The TLC costars — who share twins Jeremy and Zach Roloff, 28, son Jacob Roloff, 22, and daughter Molly Roloff, 25 — got married in 1987 and announced their split in June of 2015
“After 27 years of marriage, it is with great sadness that we have come to the difficult decision to file for divorce,” they said in a statement at the time, concluding:
“We are proud of what we have accomplished together.”
The duo now reside in separate houses on the same Oregon farm, which they still run as a team.
Although it's unclear for how much longer this will be the case.
Check out snippets from their recent interview here!